When asked for comment on the allegation that the whole tense almost year-long argument between the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex began when Meghan spoke rudely to one of Kate's staff and Kate had a go at her for it, Kensington Palace simply told The Sun: 'This never happened'.
The service is a regular date in the royal calendar and commemorates Henry van Straubenzee, a childhood friend of Harry's who died in a vehicle crash aged 18 in 2002.
A photo of Meghan Markle at an event last night has emerged and seems to suggest the Duchess is further along in her pregnancy than previously thought. Attending the seasonal service is one of Prince Harry's Christmas traditions.
Either way, there's a lot of "reports" and "claims" floating around from random sources and, until it's confirmed, we're choosing to believe that Kate and Meghan are actually pretty good mates tyvm.
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge fly to Cyrpus today where they will celebrate an early Christmas dinner with military personnel after meeting their UK-based families yesterday.
Meghan's mother Doria Ragland, a yoga instructor and social worker, could be among the guests invited to join the royals at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.
During the service Harry gave a speech and Meghan read Marianne Williamson's poem Our Deepest Fear.
The rumours came about after Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, announced they are moving to Frogmore Cottage, on the Windsor Castle estate.
Kensington Palace is said to have launched the hunt for the source of the leaks, according to the Mail on Sunday.
The "royal fab four" will no longer be living at Kensington Palace together at the beginning of next year.
A friend of the Duchess of Sussex told the Evening Standard that the two discussed shared causes, such as supporting and empowering women. "They've got an important job to do and they don't have time to worry about their son".
Kensington Palace is shutting down a rumor about the royals.
Migrants jump border fence in Tijuana to try to reach US
Earlier, Karen Mayeni, a 29-year-old Honduran, sized up the fence while clinging to her three children, aged six, 11 and 12. McAleenan said the United States was looking forward to working with the new president of Mexico to address the problem.